Hosted in the Cour Carrée du Louvre, Louis Vuitton Women’s Spring/Summer 2014 fashion show was once again a spectacular and overwhelming ceremony, surrounded by the most fashionable crowd.
Photographer Saskia Lawaks was there to document the electrifying atmosphere surrounding the show, grasping both intimate and social moments, during the few minutes before it began. These visual testimonials highlight the many characters involved in such an event in a series of sleek black and white images.
Discover the black & white photo reportage of Louis Vuitton’s latest fashion show.
Hosted in the Cour Carrée du Louvre, Louis Vuitton Women’s Spring/Summer 2014 fashion show was once again a spectacular and overwhelming ceremony, surrounded by the most fashionable crowd.Ready to Wear Marc Jacobs Photography
Yesterday, L’Aventure, a Louis Vuitton exclusive pop-up store located 22 Avenue Montaigne in Paris, opened its doors to the public.
This unprecedented and remarkable space created in collaboration with multi-faceted editor Tyler Brulé, accompanies the modern traveller. As a travel specialist, Louis Vuitton demonstrates once again its ability to assist globetrotters in their journeys. L’Aventure features all the outstanding travel services which are keys to the company’s heritage. Personalisation services (Mon Monogram, hot stamping, painting…), art of packing demonstrations, after sale expertise and a repair are some of the features offered in-store.
To give you a glimpse of what is ahead you can start by downloading a series of collector’s postcards here (also available to visitors in the Avenue Montaigne pop-up). Each one includes a series of tips to get your way around cities of the world.
Choose a destination pick up your luggage and start your adventure with us.
Boarding gates open until December 31st.
Stores Event Luggage Curator Photography
On September 12th, L’Aventure, a Louis Vuitton exclusive pop-up store located 22 avenue Montaigne in Paris, will open its door to the public until December 31st.
"The Monogram must have been sent round every airport carousel in the world, and been through every cruise Terminal and train station. The legendary signature has adventure embedded in its core."
Created in collaboration with multi-faceted editor Tyler Brulé, this unprecedented space will highlight Louis Vuitton’s expert authority on travel. To accompany globetrotters from the past to the present, wherever they may roam, this store will offer not only specific and exclusive products, but also a number of unique services. This include Personalisation (special orders, My Monogram service, painting or hot stamping), the Art of Packing (which calls to mind Louis Vuitton’s original profession as “clothes packer”), or repair and after-sales support by our expert craftsmen.
From trunk beds destined for expeditions on the African continent to luggage designed to equip half-track vehicles across Asia, adventure is intrinsic to Louis Vuitton. The House pays tribute to this thirst for conquering the unknown and celebrates elegance on the move with luggage in the legendary Monogram canvas, travel accessories and looks for the modern traveller.Video Stores Monogram Luggage Curator
Louis Vuitton will showcase the exhibition ‘Timeless Muses’ at the Tokyo Station Hotel from August 31st until September 23rd.
Louis Vuitton has been inspired by a number of fascinating women throughout the history of the House. Some have a long-standing relationship with Louis Vuitton and others have inspired products or entire collections. One woman in particular, the Empress Eugènie, played a key role in the life of Louis Vuitton himself. Her aura, influence and passion for travel fuelled his worldwide fame and she became the house’s first and devoted ambassadress.
The exhibition ‘Timeless Muses’, which is hosted in the recently renovated Tokyo Station Hotel, allows visitors to discover not only Empress Eugènie but also five other fascinating women who are part of the Louis Vuitton story. Charlotte Perriand, Françoise Sagan, Catherine Deneuve, Kate Moss and Sofia Coppola all light up the world around them and possess an individual vision. Adventuresses, pioneers and conquerors of a world in motion, these six women are Louis Vuitton’s muses.
Open now to the public, the exhibition ‘Timeless Muses’ uses immersive digital technology to enable visitors to discover these six exceptional women.
The fourth in a travel series about unique taxi experiences in the cities of the world.
As a traveler, often our first impression of a city and its people is the journey from station or airport in a taxi. From the black cabs encircling the thoroughfares of London, to the taxi boats of Venice, not forgetting the iconic Tuk Tuks of Thailand, the unique taxis of different cities have become iconic and the journeys in them defining moments in our encounters with the cities they frequent.
In the fourth part in Louis Vuitton’s travel series ‘Taxi Encounters’ we find ourselves in Rio de Janeiro, beneath the Corcovado and towering landscapes of this coastal paradise. Rio de Janeiro, meaning literally ‘January River’, is known throughout the world for its natural scenery, famous beaches such as Copacabana and Ipanema as well as Brazilian dance and music genres samba and bossa nova.Rio de Janeiro Taxi Encounters Video